Website re-design

Our latest website redesign was for Sunnyfield Publications. The website is about Max and Pat by Anne-Marie Sonneveld – a set of 25 booklets designed for children who are just starting to read. The site was re-designed using Anne-Marie’s original artwork, making the website wider and more search engine friendly by using HTML text rather […]

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There is false information about me when I google my name

There can be various reasons for false information about you. The results that appear in Google are lists of web pages, not information written by Google and thus they have no control over the content. The false information is actually appearing on a website and that is the target to get the information removed. There […]

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Search Engine Listings

We are often asked for advice on how to get a website listed high in the search engines. There is a wealth of information out there as well as companies charging high prices with promises to get your website “listed on the first page” of results. Google has published a lot of information which you […]

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Online shop goes live

We have just completed a re-design of Scale Rail Model Centre’s online shop. Previously there were 4 different websites on 4 different domains all selling similar products. It was quite an administrative task to keep them all up-to-date with products, current prices etc.

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Website Re-design

We have just completed a re-design of the Pixymaths website. This is a GCSE website which provides 3500 questions and answers to help students with GCSE Maths. The task was to take the existing site and create a new look that could be applied whilst keeping the backend functionality.

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Expand your profile with a .tel domain name

Tell me, what is a .tel domain name? .tel domains were an addition to the domain system not long ago and they are designed to show all the ways of contacting you on one page. Your . tel can store your telephone number, fax number, website address, street address, facebook page, twitter page etc. It […]

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5 Reasons to Use Email Newsletters

1.  It keeps you in touch with your customers This is the first and most obvious reason. By regularly keeping in touch with your customers you are keeping yourselves at the forefront of their thoughts! If you keep communicating you can develop a better relationship with them. You can keep customers up-to-date on what you’re […]

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To Template or Not part Deux

Further to the blog post regarding To Template or Not to Template, it seems the powers that be who manage North Korea’s marketing strategy, thought it was a good idea! The main website for North Korea is based on a template that was bought for $15: http://www.gizmodo.co.uk/2012/04/north-korea-spent-a-whole-10-making-its-website/ Good economical sense or an embarrassment for such […]

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Website re-design for Garden Designer

Ideal Gardens of Cheltenham are an established company who offer garden design and development services. We designed their website some years ago and it was time for a fresh new look. As part of the process the website was also transferred to a Content Management System so Ideal Gardens can keep it updated on a […]

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To Template or not to Template? That is the question

Should a website be built using a template design? Pros: The design work is already done therefore the cost to get a web company to build it for you will be less

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